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ONOMASTICON 

ANGLOS AXON ICUM 



A LIST OF ANGLO-SAXON PROPER NAMES 
FROM THE TIME OF BEDA 

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TO THAT OF KING JOHN 



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ANGLO-SAXONICUM. 



INTRODUCTION. IX 

No attempt has been made to identify the signataries of the 
charters, except when the wording of the documents is quite un- 
mistakeable, since the names are mostly common to many persons, 
a circumstance at times somewhat bewildering. Under the name 
iElfwine in the Onomasticon are nearly lOO entries, under the names 
Eadbeorht, iElfred and iElfsige nearly 75 each. Thus in BCS 223, 
231, 241 we find two principes Eadbeald, in BCS 595 two duces 
Ordgar, in BCS 404 two priests Beornhelm, in BCS 379 three 
priests Wigbeorht, in KCD 1304 (NSA no. v) two (three) abbats 
iElfsige, in BCS 501 three witnesses Lulla, in BCS 705 three duces 
iEthelstan, in BCS 590 three ministri iEthelstan, in BCS 624 four 
ministri iElfred, in BCS 963 four ministri iElfsige, and in BCS 677 
even five ministri i£thelstan. 

The charter BCS 1046 (c. 959) is a good example of the frequency 
of names, as there among the 83 signataries we find five iElfweald, 
five iElfric, four iElfsige, three iEthelfrith, three Eadric, three Wulfric, 
two Leofing. Even when the name is well known from one pro- 
minent historical personage, such as Beorhtnoth, Dudda, Mucel, 
Odda or Brorda, a reference to the charters will shew that they had 
contemporaries bearing the same names. 

We find the same name borne also by contemporary bishops, and 
as in genuine charters sees are rarely mentioned in the signatures, it 
is difficult, if not impossible, to identify any one such bishop. Thus 
three bishops iElfric sat c 950 at Hereford, Ramsbury and Elmham, 
three bishops iElfstan c. 975 at Rochester, London and Ramsbury 
[BCS 1292, 1 301 *]. Pairs of contemporary bishops of the same name 
are found more frequently. 

Besides the catalogues of the Anglo-Saxon bishops appended to 
the different -editions of Florence of Worcester (1582, 1601, in the 
Monumenta Hist. Britannica, and in Thorpe's edition) from the MSS. 
of that writer (Thorpe j, p. xj), the chief early authorities for the 
Anglo-Saxon episcopate are the following: 

MS. Cott Vesp. B. 6, fo. 108 ff, printed to c. 810 in Sweet's 
Oldest English Texts pp. 167 ff ; 
and the following MSS. : 

MS. Cott Otho B. II (p. 302); 

MS. Cott. Tib. B. 5 (fo. 20) [Wright and Halliwell] ; 

MS. Stow 3 32 [LVH] ; 

MS. C.CC.C. 173; 

MS. C.CC.C. 183. 

s. b 



X INTRODUCTION. 

These MSS. have been collated for the Catalogue for Fl. W. in 
the Monumenta Historica Britannica. 
Lists are further found in : 

MS. Textus Roffensis [at Rochester] (p. no*), not printed by 

Hearne in his edition (8vo. Oxf. 1720) ; 
MS. C.C.C.C. 140. 

It must under these circumstances be clearly understood, that 
conjunction of names in one article does not imply identity, and that 
disjunction of names does not imply difference, of the persons. 

It was manifestly useless to give all the varieties of misspellings 
of the moneyers' names found in the coin catalogues of Keary, 
Grueber, Hildebrand, Ruding, Montagu, etc. A very short study 
of the Onomasticon will, in most cases, enable the student to reduce 
such deformed names to the. normal spelling. Many such names, 
however, seem to require further investigation, being very unin- 
telligible as printed, either from the ignorant blundering of the 
moneyers themselves, or from the misreading of modern numis- 
matists. 

In the British Museum catalogues very many names of this kind 
are given from other collections, which are unfortunately not specified, 
so that there is no means of conjecturing from the description or 
engraving of the coin, what the original name really was. 

The moneyer's name frequently appears on the coins in the 
genitive case, as has been often noted, e,g. Amundes, Grimes, 
Herolfes, Maertines, Othelrices, Salces, Totes, Wihtes, Crinan, Godan, 
Oban. 

* Bury St Edmund ' after the name of a moneyer indicates that 
the coin struck by him belongs to the very numerous series of coins 
minted in East Anglia with the name of St Edmund K. and M. 
(k. 871). 

Many names have been found only on Anglo-Saxon coins, 
e.g, Athelauer, Beommaer, Ceolmod, Hrodwulf, Lopman, Ludoman, 
Mansige, Mathelweald, Northgar, Pendwine, Sodric, etc.; others, 
again, have been found only on coins of the Norman kings, e.g. 
Guthmann, Leofwild, Theodwig, Winewig, Wintric, etc. 

The Kentish forms of moneyers' names would probably serve to 
distinguish the Canterbury coins from those of Wessex struck before 
the introduction of the name of the mint town on the coin. Thus 



INTRODUCTION. xi 

Biarht — , Diar — , Cial — are Kentish, while Beorht — , Deor — , Ceol — 
are the corresponding West Saxon forms (Sievers-Cook 150 ff). 

The dates of the moneyers can be deduced from the dates of the 
kings, for whom they minted. There must have been many of the 
same name, when, to take the case of Beorhtric, moneyers of that 
name minted from iEthelstan (c 930) to Henry I (d. 1 135), or to take 
the case of iEthelwine, from iElfred (c. 880) to William I (d. 1087). 

Many names are disfigured through transposition of letters, 
as Huscalr for Huscarl, Sibdoa for Siboda, Eadrnoth for Eardnoth, 
Byrhtalf for Byrhtlaf, Ricnulf for Rinculf. There is also at times 
some difficulty in deciding on the real name, owing to the resem- 
blance on coins of the letters H, N, and M, of D, P, and p (w), and of 
E and F. 

It is necessary to quote Ruding ed. i (1817), as the whole list 
of the moneyers of William II given in that edition is unaccountably 
omitted in ed. 2 (1840). 

Anglo-Saxon names are found in somewhat later times, as in 
Hunter Rot. Pip. [c. 1130], and on the coins of the first coinage of 
Henry II (1154 — 89), e.g-. as Ketil, Edric, God wine, Goldhauoc, 
Lefwine, Turstain: even on King John's short-cross coins (Montagu 
ij 377 fO we find the names Goldwine (Chichester), Ilger, Ledulf 
(London); but on the long-cross coins of Henry III no Anglo-Saxon 
names seem to occur. There are many Anglo-Saxon names still in 
use as surnames in England. 

The Celtic and other foreign names in the Liber Vitae of Durham, 
which are printed by Sweet in his text in italics, but are not given in 
his Glossary, have been here incorporated*. 

The references are almost exclusively to printed sources, and no 
attempt has been made at any collation of MSS. 

The work has been much easier to compile at the present time, 
than it would have been twenty years ago, owing to the publication 
of Birch's Cartularium, the Dictionaries of Christian Biography and 
of National Biography, the British Museum Catalogues of the Anglo- 
Saxon coins, Sweet's Earliest English Texts, Birch's Liber Vitae of 
Hyde, etc. 

The Bibliography represents the books, English and continental, 
that have been consulted and used in the compilation of the Ono- 

• In his Second A. S. Reader 1887 he gives other six names in italics. 



xil INTRODUCTION. 

masticon ; it has, however, been somewhat enlarged to save students 
of Anglo-Saxon history some trouble in finding out the works that 
they may require. The Appendix to Hardy's Descriptive Catalogue 
Vol. I (1862), the list of authorities prefixed to Stubbs' Registrum 
Sacrum Anglicanum, Anderson's British Topography, and the new 
edition of Potthast should also be consulted. Other bibliographies 
will be fourid in Wright's Biographia Brit. Literaria (2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 
1842), in Sievers-Cook's Old English Grammar, and Wiilker's Grund- 
riss. Sir E. M. Thompson's Handbook of Greek and Latin 
Palaeography has a bibliography of the principal palaeographical 
works (pp. 327 — 333), referring however more to continental docu- 
ments than to English ones. 

The abbreviations will be found with the Bibliography. 

The names in Part I are derived mainly from the English 
historical works already mentioned and from the charters. 

Part II is the result of a closer investigation of the names in 
Domesday (Ellis), of an acquaintance with other works of recent 
date, such as Napier-Stevenson's Anecdota, and Montagu's coin- 
catalogues, and also of the study of some continental works, that 
furnished names which, although not found in English authorities, 
might easily have been current in England ; the latter part of the 
Liber Vitae of Durham, which was not re-edited by Sweet, has also 
very largely increased the list of names in this part, such names as 
Brunleof, Cynehild, Holmcytel, Hringweard, Maerflaed, Maergifu, 
Ricwig, having been thence obtained. 

In Part II the new names which are derived from English sources 
are marked with an asterisk (*), the errata and additions to names in 
Part I are marked with a dagger (f ). 

The two parts should be used together, and to facilitate this the 
pages of Part I are given in the margins of Part II. 



II. 

The Anglo-Saxon personal names may be divided into several 
classes. 

I. The first and chief class consists of names that may be termed 
dithematic names, as they consist of two elements or themes, mostly 
monosyllabic, a first element or prototheme, and a second element or 
deuterotheme ; both of these are nouns, either subst or adj. In 
iEscwig iEsc — is the prototheme, and — wig the deuterotheme. 



INTRODUCTION. Xlll 

Some themes are exclusively protothemes, as: iEthel — , Cuth — , 
Cyne — , Ead — , Os — ; others are exclusively deuterothemes, as 
— lac, — laf, — gifu, — warn ; while a very large number can be either 
prototheme or deuterotheme, as : daeg, heah, sige, wulf. Thus iEthel, 
exclusively a prototheme, combines with the deuterothemes — beald, 
— gifu, — here, — wulf to form the names iEthelbeald, iEthelgifu, 
iEthelhere, iEthelwulf ; in like manner the prototheme Cyne — forms 
with them the names Cynebeald, Cynegifu, Cynehere, Cynewulf. It 
will be convenient to call the sets of names whose protothemes 
are iEthel — and Cyne — , the iEthel-group and the Cyne-group 
respectively, and so further for other protothemes. 

The prototheme is nearly always different from the deuterotheme, 
and it is very rare to find the same theme used in any name as both 
first part and second part. Indeed, as will be seen p. 522, a German 
scholar K. G. Andresen denies the existence of such names ; he 
particularizes the form Wulfwulf or Wulfulf as impossible, but un- 
fortunately that very form is found on a coin of king Eadweard the 
Confessor. Another case is (possibly) Godgod. 

The inversion of themes, capable of being alike protothemes and 
deuterothemes, is frequently found, the themes being such as : beald, 
beorht, beom, heah, n5th, rlc, weald, wig, wulf. Thus we find 
Bealdric and Ricbeald, Beorhtwulf and Wulfbeorht, Beornwig and 
Wigbeorn, Hereweald and Wealdhere, Nothwulf and Wulfnoth, 
Wigwulf and Wulfwig. 

The deuterotheme of a person's name is mostly of the same 
gender as that of the person ; thus from the fem. substantives gifu, 
hild, thryth we get the fem. names iElfgifu, Wulfhild, Cynethryth. 
However, though mund is fem., the names iEthelmund, Beorhtmund, 
Eadmund are the names of men. In the case of the two themes 
thryth (f.) and wulf (m.), the name Thrythwulf is found as the name 
of an abbat, and Wulfthryth as that of an abbess. 

The themes brand, cytel, grim, orm, thegn, thor enter into the 
composition of late names. 

Among themes which are exclusively deuterothemes Kemble 
(Winchester proceedings 1845 p. 87) instances thegn; however, 
Thegnheard occurs in Hunter Rot Pip. c. 11 30 and Thegnwine 
as the name of a moneyer c. 1030; Thegn — also is several times 
found as a prototheme in Piper. 

An attempt was made by the Anglo-Saxons to compensate, in 
some small way, for the lack of surnames, by giving children names, 



XIV INTRODUCTION. 

in which the themes of the father's names were found. This is 
specially noticeable in the case of the names of the children of 
Eormenred of Kent : Eormenbeorh, Eormenburh, Eormengyth ; in 
the genealogy of the kings of Essex, when Sige — continually occurs ; 
in the names of the sons of Beorhtwulf King of Mercia : Beorhtfrith, 
Beorhtric ; in those of the family of Wiglaf King of Mercia : Wig- 
mund, Wigstan ; in the Northumbrian pedigree, where Os — , and in 
the West Saxon pedigree, where iEthel — , iElf — and Ead — , are very 
frequently found. In BCS 1132 the names of Ordheah the father 
and of Wulfheah and iElf heah his sons have the same deuterotheme. 
The themes of the mother's name were used in the same way ; in the 
pedigree of Beorhtnoth, who was killed at Maldon in 991, his wife 
was iGlflaed, her daughter Leofflaed, whose daughter again was 
Leofwaru. 

When the vowel of the theme is known to be long, as bllth, ceol, 
thryth, it is so marked where the theme itself first occurs, the chief 
authority herein being Sweet. It may be mentioned, that the vowels 
of the words in the Glossary before p. 585 are short, and those after 
p. 584 long. The peculiar arrangement of the Glossary makes it 
necessary to give the page, where the required theme is to be found. 

Many hypothetical themes have been introduced from the names 
actually found, as Het — from Hetta, Hetraed, Hetmund; Pen — 
from Penheard, Penwealh ; Stur — from Sturstan ; Swet — from 
Swetman, Swetric. 

The deuterotheme was simply appended to the prototheme 
without any conjunctive vowel; in later times, for the greater con- 
venience of those, to whom the pronunciation of the rough Teutonic 
names was not easy, auxiliary vowels having the appearance of 
conjunctive vowels were frequently introduced, as in Gundegisilus for 
Gundgisl. 

The early Teutonic themes underwent alterations for several 
reasons, and so, for instance, sigi became sige, sig, and (even) si, cyni 
became cyne, wini became wine. 

At times the themes get confounded by the scribes, one being 
substituted for another. Thus iElf — and iEthel — , Cyne — Cwen — 
and Coen — , — wig and wine, even — swith (f.) and — sige (m.) are 
found interchanged. 

This is independent of such mistakes as : Eadbeorht for Cuth- 
beorht, Plegmund for iEthelhelm and the like. The names Heahstan, 
Ealhstan, iElfstan are often confused. 



INTRODUCTION. XV 

Dithematic names of doubtful groups are placed alphabetically. 

Sometimes the suffix — ing (g.v.) is appended to a name with the 
meaning 'son of.../ as we find in the genealogies in the A. S. 
Chronicle (see s. a. 626, 648, 685 etc.) and in Sweet p. 159 ff; but it is 
also the equivalent of a mere genitive sing, in place-names, as in 
Sigehearding meduue. 

The number of dithematic forms in any group, as obtained from 
English sources, is a very variable quantity, and may be very great 
or very small. The iEthel-group numbers nearly 50 such forms, 
the Gyth-g^oup only two. It will be seen, that names missing (as 
yet) from the Anglo-Saxon groups are not unfrequently found in 
continental name lists. Such names — early Teutonic, Prankish, 
Westphalian, Danish, Lombard, Visigothic — have therefore been 
introduced into the Onomasticon to make the groups more complete. 
This was done primarily as a matter of mere probable conjecture, but 
it has proved to be a reasonable proceeding by the subsequent 
discovery of the same name in English documents, in place-names, 
or on English coins, e.g". Baba, Brocheard, Maethelwine, Ricmund, 
Thegnheard, Wealdric. 

The chief sources of these continental names are : Forstemann, 
Piper, Dronke, Wrede, Gall^e, Nielsen, Troja and Prou. 

The themes are indexed separately, the protothemes as iEthel — , 
Cyne — , the deuterothemes as — lac, — laf, the themes that can be 
both as Beorht — and — beorht. 

The varieties of spelling of the themes have been indexed at the 
proper places. 

The themes of a name are often separated by small spaces to 
make the composition of the name more plain. 

A list of the themes is here given. 

Ac 

acer 

Ad 



An — 
And- 
Angel 

itgel 1 Angen 

iCgen I Ans — 

Ml ! Ant — 



,€:if aelf 

JEsc 

^thel 

Amal 



As 



ath 



Beadu 
Be^g - 



XVI 

Beald- 

Bed — 

Bel — 

Beorht 
Beom - 

Bet 

Bil 

Blaec — 
Blaed - 
Bllth - 

Bot — 
Brand - 
Bregu - 
Broc — 
Bruc — 
Brun — 
Burg — 
Caed — 

Cent — 
Ceol — 
Clyd — 
Cnof — 
Coen — 
Col — 
Cor — 



Cuth - 
Cweld - 
Cwen - 
Cwic — 
Cyne — 
Cynn - 
Cytel - 
Dad- 
Daeg — 
Dene - 

Deer — 
Dod — 
Dom — 
Don — 
Dream 



INTRODUCTION. 



beald (bald) 
beam 
bed 
begn 

beorg 

beorht 

beorn 

bet 

bil 

bit 



bodo 

bot 

brand 



brun 
burg 

carl 



col 
cor 
culf 
cume 



cytel (kUl) 

daeg 

deof 



Dryht 
Dud- 
Dun- 
Dycg- 
Ea — 



Ead — 
Eald- 
Ealh- 
Ealu — 
Ean — 
Eard- 
Earn - 
East — 
Eastor 
Ecg — 
Ed — 
Eges- 



elf (self) 



Eo — 
Eofor 
Eon - 



Eorcon 
Eormen 
Eorp — 

Ere 

Faer 



Far 



Fast- 
Feolu 



Fisc — 
Fl«d- 
Flod- 
Folc- 
Folth - 
Forth- 
Fram - 
Frea — 
Freo — 
Frige - 
Frith - 
Frithu 
Frod - 



fser 
fand 
far 
fast 

An 

flaed 



Gser — 
Gamel 
Gar — 
Gean - 



frea 

frith 

fus 
gar 

gar 



INTRODUCTION. 



XVll 



Geard 

Geat ■' 

Gefu 

Geld 

Geng 

Geon 

Geom 

Gild 

Gisl. 

Gist 

Giu 

Glaed 

God 

God 

Gold 

Gos 

Grim 

Gul 

Gum 

Gun 

Gund 

Guth 

Gyth 

Had 

Hael 

H^m 

Har 

Haeth 

Halig 

Heah 

Healf 

Hean 

Heard 

Heath u — 

Held 

Helm 

Help 

Heoru 

Here 

Hildi 

Hold 

Hraban — 

Hring 

Hroeth — 

Hrolh 

Hun 

Hund 

S. 



geard 
geat 

gefu (gifu) 
geld 



georn 
gild 
gis 
gisl 



god 

gold 

gos 

grim 



gund 
gyth 



haeth 
heah 

heard 

hed 

helm 



here 
hild 



Hram 



hring 



hun 



Hus 

Huth 

Hwaet 

Hyge 

Hyse 

Hyth 

la 

Ing 

Ingel 

Is 



hwaet 
hyse 



Isem 



Land 
Lee - 



Leod 
Leof 

Liht- 



Lind 



Lust • 
Mxg 



lac 
lajg 

laf (lab) 
land 

leda 

leof 
lie 



log 



Msegen 
Mar — 
Maerle - 
Maeth - 
Maethel 
Maht — 
Mai — 
Mann — 



Mearc 



Mere 
Mild 
Mod- 



Monn 
Mund 
Nlth- 



North 

Noth 

O 

O ( = an) 

Od 



man 
mar 

mel 



mod 
mon 
mund 
nith 

noth 



Oethel 
Oft — 



XVllI 



INTRODUCTION. 



Ord 

Orm 

Us 

Oth 

Pieg 

Pend 

Peoht 

Pil 

Plec 

Pleg 

Pleo(h) 

Ried — , Red 

Raef 

Raefen 

Rand 

Regen 

Rest 

Rlc 

Rid 

Rim 

Rinc 

Rod 

Ros 

Run 

SsE 

Sand 

Scealc 

Sceot 

Sclr 

Seax 

Sele 

Seol(h) 

Side 

Sige 

Sigi 

Snae 

Snel 

Snot 

Sot 

Stan 

Stegen 

Stith 

Strang 

Streon 



orne 



raed, - 
raefen 



red 



reow 



nc 



nnc 



run 



sand 
scealc 



secg 



sige 
sith 



st^n 

steaf 

stegen 



Stur - — 

Stut 

Styr 

Swaf 

Sweart — 



sunu 



Swet 

Swlth 

Tat 

Tath 

Thegn 

Theod 

Thing 

Thor 

Thryth 

Thur 

Tld 

Til 



— swegen 

— swlth 

— tat 



thegn 



thor 
thryth 



Tond 

Torht 

Trum 

Tun - 

Tut- 

Uht- 



Ulf(Wulf)- 
Ust (?) 



Wad 
Waeg 



WEr 

Wan 

Wathol 

Weald 

Wealh 

Weard 

Wen 

Wendel 



uht 

ulf (wulf ) 

wacer 

waeg 
waer 

waru 

weald 
wealh 
weard 
wen 



Wern 

Wic 

Wid 

Wig 

Wiht 

Wil 

Wild 

Wine 

Wini — 
Wing — 



- wId 
-wig 

— wiht 



wild 



Wine 



wine 



INTRODUCTION. XIX 



Winter 

wio 

Wit 

Wither 

Wlanc 

wold (weald) 

Wrac — 
Wulc 



Wuld 

Wulf wulf 

Wun 

Wurm 

Wusc 



Wyn • wyn 

Yth 



2. The second class of names comprises the diminished forms of 
dithematic names, the deuterotheme entirely disappearing, and the 
prototheme receiving the uniform termination — a, as Leoba for 
Leobgitha. 

Thus, in the pedigree of the royal family of Wessex, a brother of 
King Ceawlin is called Cuthwulf in ASChr ABC a. 571, but Cutha in 
ASChr E of the same year ; again, a son of Ceawlin is called Cuthwine 
in ASChr ABCEF a. 577, but Cutha in ASChr ABC a. 685 ; while, 
again, a grandson of Ceawlin and father of Ceolweald is called 
Cuthwulf Sw. p. 179 1. 5, but Cutha in ASChr ABCD a. 855. This 
practice gives rise to much uncertainty and confusion, when, as above, 
different names belonging to the same group are thus apocopated, 
leaving for all such only the one same shortened form. In a few 
cases, indeed, our authorities supply the requisite knowledge of the 
full dithematic form, but mostly we have no clue to it ; and in the 
Wessex genealogy there is yet a fourth Cutha, also a brother of 
Ceawlin, whose full name might be Cuthgils. 

Some modification of the prototheme may also take place, as in 
the cases of Totta for Torhthelm and Imma (Emma) for Irmengarda. 
Hitta is by Forstemann said to be the diminished form of Hildeburga ; 
Odda is perhaps the same as Ordbriht 



3. The third class consists of names, not evidently derived from 
dithematic names, which end in — a preceded by a single consonant, 
or by the same consonant doubled, thus forming a double series of 
names; eg. 



Aba 


Abba 


Aca 


Acca 


Ada 


Adda 


Ala 


Alia 


Baca 


Bacca 



Beaga 


Beagga 


Bola 


Bolla 


Cada 


Cadda 


Cuda 


Cudda 


Cusa 


Cussa 



XX 





INTRODUCTION. 




Cyda 


Cydda 


Muca 


Mucca 


Doda 


Dodda 


Ofa 


Offa 


Duna 


Dunna 


Poha 


Pohha 


Eda 


Edda 


Puta 


Putta 


Eola 


Eolla 


Siba 


Sibba 


Huda 


Hudda 


Tota 


Totta 


Husa 


Hussa 


Tuca 


Tucca 


lola 


lolla 


Tuna 


Tunna 


Ira 


Irra 


Uba 


Ubba 


Luha 


Luhha 


Wada 


Wadda 



These pairs of personal names are found also in continental name 
lists, where corresponding to the English pairs Aba Abba, Bola Bolla, 
Tuna Tunna, we find the pairs Abo Abbo, Bolo Bollo, Tuno Tunno. 

Besides the pairs of personal names, we find pairs of names, where 
the one member, here marked with an asterisk, is found only in a 
place-name, the other being a personal name, e,g. 



Bnina 


♦Brunna 


♦Lula 


Lulla 


♦Cota 


Cotta 


♦Poha 


Pohha 


Cuga 


*Cugga 


♦Rida 


Ridda 


Cyma 


♦Cymma 


*Tuta 


Tutta 


*Hoca 


Hocca 


Una 


*Unna 



To this class also belong pairs of names, both members of which 
are found only in place-names, e.g. 



Coda 


Codda 


Freca 


Frecca 


lea 


Icca 


Ipa 


Ippa 



Ota 


Otta 


Roda 


Rodda 


Ruga 


Rugga 


Sceoba 


Sceobba 



Hereto belong probably English names with double consonants, 
derived from place-names, the corresponding names in — o with the 
single consonant being found in continental lists; e,g. 



Beco 
Heuno 



Becca 
Heunna 



Iro 
Teto 



Irra 
Tetta 



or English names with a single consonant, the corresponding names 
in — o with the double consonants being found in continental lists ; eg. 



Hana 


Hanno 


Hefa 


Heffo 


Pita 


Pitto 



Puca 
Sica 



Pucco 
Sicco 



INTRODUCTION. XXI 

There are also cases, which may belong to this class, where only 
one member of the pair has as yet been found. 
The member found may be the second, e.g. 

Cobba I Oppa 

Docca ! Patta 

Lippa j Podda 

Loppa I Scrippa 

Macca 



or the first ; e.g. 



Bata 

Brica 

Pita 



Puda 
Tada 



4. The fourth class consists of the remaining names not belonging 
to the second and third classes, that is to say, names ending in — a, 
preceded by two consonants, as : Celta. 

They are found in place-names ; e.g, 

Beorhta Colta Culna Haesta Laenca 

Celta Cucwa Grinda Hearda Scerda 

or are personal names ; eg, 

Bonda Cumbra Forna Pinca 

Such English names ending in — a (gen. — an) of this and the 
previous class found only in place-names, have in other Teutonic 
lands equivalent personal forms ending in — o. Many such con- 
tinental forms in — o have therefore been introduced into the 
Onomasticon to corroborate the personal character of those English 
names, which are known only from place-names and about which, 
therefore, there might be some doubt; eg. 



Celta 


from Celtanham, 


teutonic Celto 


Cobba 


from Cobbanden, 


teutonic Cobbo 


Tada 


from Tadanleah, 


teutonic Tado 



In like manner these continental correspondences serve to 
corroborate other rare Anglo-Saxon names of signataries, and names 
of moneyers, and names found only in Domesday; eg. 



Docca 


Docco 


Sola (sic) 


Sola (sic) 


Pelta 


Pelto 


Telia 


Tello 


Pinca 


Pinco 


1 Winca 


Winco 


Selua (j/Vr) 


Selua (sic) 


1 





XXII INTRODUCTION. 

5. The fifth class consists of monothematic names. A very 
great number of these may be deduced from the place-names in the 
boundaries of the estates, with which the Land-charters are con- 
cerned ; these bear no resemblance to those of the classes already 
described and are found as strong genitives ; e^. 



Ades 


Cortes 


Gofes 


Stutes 


itles 


Deles 


Helfes 


Tices 


Botes 


Faeles 


Lales 


Wandes 


Biles 


Fintes 


Morces 


Winces 


L great 


number of cases 


the final consonant 


is doubled ; e. 


Acces 


Cuttes 


Hunnes 


Scobbes 


Baddes 


Ebbes 


Luddes 


Telles 


Bettes 


Grobbes 


Nottes 


Trottes 


Cloddes 


Hoddes 


Ottes 


Wettes 



To this class belong also many of the themes themselves, when 
used as personal names; e.g. 



Beorht 


Man 


Weald 


Wiht 


Beorn 


Mor 


Wealh 


Wulf 


Ceol 








such names as 


• 
• 






Br5n 


lol 


Mul 


Oter 


Finn 


Lull 


Mund 


Pin 


Hooc 


Moll 


Orm 


Port 



6. Besides these large classes of names, some other smaller 
classes may be noticed. 

(^) The names ending in — e. 
(a) Masculine names ; e,g. 



^lle 


Cille 


Ese 


Lude 


iCtte 


Diere 


Hadde 


Manne 


Bsede 


Dynne 


Hyse 


Monne 


Cawe 


Embe 







()8) Feminine names, corresponding to the masc. names in 
a; eg. 



iCbbe 


Bote 


Ealde 


Lulle 


i€ffe 


Dunne 


Golde 


Nunne 


Beage 


Eabbc 


Hune 


Tette 


Beonne 


Eafe 


Hwite 


Wale 







INTRODUCTION. 




i) The 


names 


; ending 


in 


1 ; e,£^. 




iCcci 




Bynni 




Hemmi 


Oiddi 


JEddi 




Coifi 




Hyni 


Sendi 


.€Ui 




Cuddi 




Iddi 


Tydi 


Betti 




£si 




idi 


Wini 


Bryni 




Geddi 




Ini 


Yffi 


Byni 




Hecci 









XXIU 



Many names ending in — i are found in Domesday, but there 
the termination may be the same as — wig ; e.g-. Ludi for Leodwig ; or 
as — ig; e.g". Toli for Tolig. 



(c) The names ending in — u. 

(a) Masculine names ; e.^. 

Moglu 



Pilu 



()8) Feminine names ; eg". 



ytthelu 


Eadugu 


Edlu 


Thingu 


Beonnu 


Eafu 


Lufu 


Tucu 


Eadu 









Beccel 


Pottel 


Bosel 


Pyttel 


Mannel 


Rxdel 



(d) The names ending in — el, diminutive and perhaps in some 
cases denoting the agent ; e.^. 

Soemel Tyrhtel 

Strygel Wodel 

Tymbel 

Many names of this kind will be found in the Appendix ; e^. 

iEgeles Bogeles Cendeles Ebbeles Writeles 

(e) The names ending in — ic, probably diminutives ; eg-. 
Beornic Cerdic Dunic Otic 

(/) The names ending in — oc, probably diminutives ; e.^. 

Honoc Puttoc Willoc 

(g) The names ending in — uc, also probably diminutives ; e.^. 



Balluc 


Duduc 


Inguc 


Turtuc 


Bralluc 


Hodduc 


Lulluc 


Ufuc 


Deduc 


Hwittuc 


Rinuc 


Widuc 



(A) The names ending in — ig ; e.g'. 

Thurig Tokig Tofig Tolig 



Tostig 



XXIV INTRODUCTION. 

A few peculiar names still remain, which do not enter into any of 
the foregoing classes, besides those found in the Liber Vitae of 
Durham (referred to later); e.g. 



Bantomp 


Frithonas 


Ibi hi side 


Raehaebal 


Bresibalt 


Fuliburs 


Madselm 


Ricfolcyn 


Dim heah ac 









III. 

It seemed necessary to give references for the names occurring in 
Anglo-Saxon charters to both Birch's and Kemble's collections, as 
the BCS arranges the charters contained in KCD j — iv nos. i — 981 
and those in KCD v — vj nos. 982 — 1368 in one chronological series, 
but only (as at present published) to the death of King Eadgar in 
975, Kemble's collection going on to the Conquest. Again Kemble 
marks his opinion of the possible non-genuineness of some of the 
charters by marking those that he considered * ascertained forgeries ' 
or charters * liable to suspicion ' (j p. cxv) with an asterisk or star ; in 
this matter Birch has not followed Kemble, and it did not seem right 
to transfer the stars from Kemble's numbers to Birch's numbers, 
and besides after a. 975 Kemble's numbers and stars would have 
necessarily to be given. It was not, either, possible to give references 
to one only of those authorities, since BCS has many documents 
older than a. 975, which are not in KCD. 

That Kemble's opinion of the charters has not been implicitly 
accepted, may be seen from the following fact. KCD 570 (MS. Cott. 
Aug. ij 6) is stigmatized (or starred) by Kemble, but * Mr Bond has ' 
in the British Museum facsimiles 'passed it without remark' and 
*Mr Macray...saw nothing suspicious in the handwriting'; in con- 
sequence Earle prints it as the * Appendix * to his * Land-charters.' 

The charters, then, which are not starred, may be regarded as 
fairly genuine ; but in the case of the others the stars may be motived 
by many considerations, ranging from mere suspicion or a mistake in 
the date (as in BCS 327, cf. H. St iij 396) to certainty of flagrant 
forgery, as in the notorious cases of the charters of Evesham, 
Croyland, and Westminster monasteries. 

Some of these charters have apparently a genuine text, but 
borrowed lists of signataries. 

Some forged charters, again, unless of Norman date, may present 



INTRODUCTION. XXV 

good forms of names such as the scribes of the pre-Norman period 
were familiar with, e.g, Winchelm which is found in the 'glaring 
forgery' BCS 142 KCD 73* 

The Croyland forgeries are noted as '(Croyl.)'; other doubtful 
charters are marked as * questionable ' (quest.). 

A dash ( — ) after ' BCS * or * KCD ' signifies that the charter is not 
contained in that particular work. 

Running numbers to the charters are given by Kemble, Birch, and 
Napier-Stevenson. The unfortunate and inexplicable omission of 
such numbering by Thorpe and Earle causes much inconvenience in 
quoting charters from those works, when, as often, two charters begin 
on the same page. 

Thorpe's Diplomatarium runs down to the reign of William I. and 
is divided into several heads: Miscellaneous Charters, Wills, Guilds, 
Manumissions; a 'second division of the work, or the Grants of Land,' 
mentioned p. 299 n. did not appear. 

The only documents among Thorpe's 314 items, which were not 
already edited by Kemble, are the following, about 20 numbers, 
Birch's numbers being added in brackets: 

pp. 6 (26), 114 (488), 124 (510), 206 (1063), 248 (1187), 267 (ii37)» 
296, 419, 437, 479 (501), 571, 599, 600, 608-617 (guilds), 

and some of the manumissions. A few of these belong to the reign of 
William I. Some have been printed by Earle. 

The authorities for the six charters printed by Thorpe on pp. 1 5 — 
23 are with one exception confused, and should be taken as follows : 



no. I 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 
[no. 5 
no. 6 



p. 15, references sub no. 4 

p. 16, „ „ 6 

p. 16, „ „ I 

p. I7> » »> 2 

P- 20, „ „ 5] 

P- 21, „ „ 3 



In Thorpe the A. S. charters etc. are translated into English. 

The confused way in which the names of Anglo-Saxon personages 
are arranged in the Dictionary of Christian Biography, has made it 
necessary to give references to both volume and page. Bishop 
Ithamar and Bishop Leowaldus, though mentioned in the Dictionary, 
have no biographies among its articles. 

S. d 



xxvi INTRODUCTION. 

Earle's Handbook to the Land- charters presents us (i) with primary 
documents or such as 'are preserved in single parchments/ and are 
* contemporaneous with the date assigned to the transaction/ and (2) 
with secondary documents which are not so found. 

They are nearly all to be found in Kemble, Birch, Davidson, the 
British Museum Facsimiles and the Ordnance Survey Facsimiles. 
Cnut's charters pp. 229 and 232 are perhaps the only two charters of 
Anglo-Saxon times which had not appeared in any previous collection. 

*Earle II.' refers to the 'Secondary Documents' in Earle*s Land- 
charters pp. 279 ff. 

In the references to the three lists (A, B, C) given in Ellis' 
Introduction to Domesday, Ellis A (vol. j) consists of tenants in 
capite and Ellis C (vol. ij) of undertenants, in 1086, while Ellis B 
(vol. ij) gives the owners of land under Eadweard III (the Confessor) 
and at different times between his death in 1066 and the Survey in 
1086. The names in Ellis B are generally Anglo-Saxon. In the 
Onomasticon one or other of these references may have been some- 
times omitted by oversight. 

In Domesday many names appear in an apocopated form ; e.g, 

Bri. for Brismer Game for Gam el 

Leueno for Leuenot Let for Letfiaed 

Sigul for Sigulf Tou for Touet 

Osul for Osulf Erm for Ermenhaldus 
Saul for Saulf etc. 

Many names have not been found elsewhere, as : 

Beorhtman (Brihtman) Liseman Olwine Thurmaer 

Coengifu (Cheneue) Lodric Seaxwine Winterheard 

' EAF Indices ' means the index in vol. vj of Freeman's Norman 
Conquest to the whole of that work, and the special indices to the 
second edition of vols, iij and iv. 

The date following a person's name in the Onomasticon is 
generally quite vague, being either the date of the charter wherein 
he is mentioned, or the date of the notice of him in the history or 
chronicle, or a mere general medium date of his life. 

In reference to the Land-charters, the county where the property 
lay is given ; in the earlier charters (before a. 870) the kingdom 
whose sovereign signs is also given. In the later Kentish charters 



INTRODUCTION. 



XXVll 



the note * Kent Mercia ' or * Kent Wessex ' indicates, besides, the state 
to which Kent was then subject. Mercian charters after c. 875 bear 
the signature of the ealdorman of Mercia. The monasteries and 
cathedrals, to which the property was given, are also recorded. 

In the charters mistakes in the dating occur; these the editors have 
corrected, and the corrected dates are here put in round brackets. 

Mistakes are found also at times in the description of the 
signataries ; in BCS 758 the duces (ealdormen) are styled ministri 
(thegns); miles is sometimes found for minister, as in BCS 757 
(cf- 743> 753) and in BCS 992, 1053. 

The N. N. list consists of persons, who are definitely referred to, 
but whose actual names are nowhere recorded. 

The three kings Eadweard, the Elder, the Martyr and the 
Confessor, are mostly for shortness styled Eadweard I, Eadweard II, 
Eadweard III. 

It has seemed necessary to index the mistakes found in different 
works relating to Anglo-Saxon history, as the mistaken name might 
be sought for, and then, if it were lacking, the Onomasticon might 
appear to be in fault. 



The arrangement of the persons bearing the same name is as 
follows : 





LVD 


F6rstemann 


Nielsen 




Local 


Grain 


Troya 




Piper 










Official Personages 


(^) 


Lay persons 








Royalties, clito 


miles 


pedisecus (sequipedus) 




princeps 


reeve sheriff 


pincerna 




dux (ealdorman) 


cniht (page) 


dapifer 




optimas 


minister (thegn) 


discifer (dish thegn) 




comes 


staller 


chamberlain (bur thegn) 




nobilis 


prsefectus 


fidelis homo 


(^) 


Ecclesiastical persons 








archbishop 


abbat, prior 


deacon, subdeacon 




bishop 


monk 


cleric 




archdeacon 


priest 


propositus 



• •« 



XXVIU INTRODUCTION. 



Non-official Personages 

testator, legatee surety serf 

landowner relative of ... . boor, rusticus 

tenant in remainder minister of the bishop Ellis, Domesday 

author miles of the bishop moneyer 

benefactor witness 

The designations of the inferior personages are given in the form 

supplied by the charters, as frequently they have no modern 
equivalents. 



The series of Anglo-Saxon charters has to be made up out of 
several works and collections: 

1. The Codex diplomaticus aevi Saxonici (1839 — 48) of Kemble, 
which runs on from the earliest date to the Conquest (1066) ; 

2. The Cartularium Saxonicum of Birch (1885 — 93), which has 
not yet got beyond the death of king Eadgar in 975 ; 

3. The Diplomatarium anglicum a^vi Saxonici (1865) of Thorpe, 
which extends into the reign of king William I ; 

4. The Hand-Book to the Land-charters (1888) of Earle, which 
includes documents of the time of king Henry II ; 

5. The Registrum Wiltunense (1827) ; 

6. The Anecdota Oxoniensia of Napier and Stevenson (1895) ; 

7. The British Museum series of Facsimiles of charters, and 

8. The Ordnance Survey series of Facsimiles of charters. 

These include the Anglo-Saxon charters of several other col- 
lections, as : 

1. Heming's Chartularium ecclesiae Wigornensis, edited by Hearne 
(Oxf. 1723); 

2. The Textus Roffensis edited by Hearne (Oxf. 1720); 

3. The Exeter charters edited by Davidson (1883) ; 

4. The Abingdon charters edited by Stevenson ([RS] 1858); 

5. The Bath charters edited by Hunt (1891) ; 

6. The charters in Haddan and Stubbs Vol. iij (1881); 

7. The Somers charters and other charters published in Smith's 
Beda (1722); 

8. The charters in Sweet's Oldest English Texts (1885). 



INTRODUCTION. 



XXIX 



The Liber Vitae of [Lindisfarne and] Durham, MS. Cott. Domit 
A. 7, was originally drawn up a. c. 800 or c. 840 (E. M. Thompson), 
and contained then about 3100 names of benefactors to Lindisfarne,. 
written in letters of gold and of silver. The remaining names were 
added by many different scribes between c. 800 and c. 1 500, without 
any arrangement or order, either of time or station. 

The whole MS. was edited for the Surtees Society by 
Jos. Stevenson M.A. in 1841, and the original part was printed 
more accurately by Sweet in his Earliest English Texts in 1885. 
The names given by Sweet, Anglo-Saxon and foreign alike, have all 
been indexed. They have been investigated by H. Hellwig. 

The Anglo-Saxon names found in the later additions are mostly 
of a very debased kind, and require (as has been stated already) to be 
examined with much care and attention before they can be reduced 
to normal spellings ; thus iEieoue is found by comparison with other 
names to be (probably) the same as iEthelgifu, and Leuiagus as 
Leofheah. Hence the reduction of the * LVD Stev.* names to normal 
forms must, in some intricate cases, be considered as only probably 
correct, not as certainly correct. 

From the state of the later additions in the MS., no great trust 
can be placed in Stevenson's readings in difficult cases, such as: 
Sithcriva (p. 16 col. 3), and owing to the confused manner of entering 
the names, it is impossible to assign to them even approximate dates. 



It may be useful to put together some of the strange forms, which 
are found in the additions to the original part of the LVD as printed 
by Stevenson ; they may be Celtic names, or corrupt forms, or 
misreadings. 



5 Petsind 

6 Floheld 
Gerorius 
Froelina 

8 Sibar 

1 2 Benza 

13 Afuiif Auun 

15 Wihan 

16 Ecchot 
19 Tunnoht 

48 Accod 
Sealisgal 

49 Tholheog 
Harrortha 
Haldebeon 



p. 49 Halloretha 
Goildara 
Gunguar 
Saltetric {?) 

50 Reinna 

5 1 Walessi 
SeuriSe 

52 Scumar 
Wirfald 
Wincum 
LeiCulf 

55 Scolfus 
Melmuril 

58 Igelsrice 
Solge 



p. 59 Maisent 

68 Hauegrim 

69 i^misond 

70 Morthgeom 

78 Sunapas 
Ragerith 
Scupi 
Bodawar 
Thururc 

79 Quessing 
Ithrgunt 
Lunda 

80 Pecrith 

99 Gogewinus 



XXX 



INTRODUCTION. 



The LVD contains many peculiar female names of late date, some 
of which, at least, seem connected with Anglo-Saxon themes ; x.g. 



Acelina 


Avelina 


Lescelina 


Adelina 


Azelina 


Licelina 


Amelina 


Beuscelina 


Rametta 


Ascelina 


Ingolia 


Tephonia 


Athelina 


Lancelina 





Similar names may be found in Ellis C, but mostly as names of 
men ; e,g. 



Ascelinus 
Azelinus 
Benzelinus 
Goscelinus Goscelmus 



Hamelinus 
Lachelinus 
Lanzelinus 
Lethelinus 



Othelinus 
Rozelinus 
Tezelinus 
Walchelinus 



In one of these cases — elinus is certainly equivalent to — elmus 
( — helm). Whether the same is true in other cases is not certain. 
Wigelin in the Battle of Maldon may perhaps only be Wighelm. 
Gocelinus is the same as Gocelm who occurs as a moneyer of 
Henry II (Montagu ij 374). 

References to different authorities serve at times to substantiate 
the genuineness of names, which otherwise might seem to be doubt- 
ful ; eg 



Sendi Ellis B; Thorpe 

Sprow mon:; Thorpe; Lib. Elien. 

Gouti Ellis B; Thorpe 

Hana mon:; local 



Wazo Ellis C; SymD 
Helga Ellis B; LVD Stev. 
iCtla Baeda; LVD Sw. 



From Kemble's Index of place names KCD vj 251 — 359 there is 
given as an Appendix, from those place names, a list of words, which 
are found in this connexion only; as they are not substantives or 
adjectives they may be personal names, though this is not certain in 
all cases. These names occur as genitives with the strong termination 
— es, or the weak termination — an, or with the equivalent of the 
genitive — ing, eg Ancges[ham], Greddan[leah], Slehtran[ford], 
Weascing[weg], Subbing[wic]. The numbers in the margin are the 
pages in Kemble, b marking the second column. 

Kemble unfortunately at first omitted the boundaries of the 
estates from the body of the charters and has had to print them 
separately vol. iij pp. 373 — ^468 and vol. vj pp. 225 — 244. These 
volumes are marked in Appendix II as (3) and (6). 



INTRODUCTION. XXXI 

In Appendix II the charters of KCD are tabulated with those of 
BCS, references being added to those given by Earle, Sweet, Thorpe, 
the BMP and the OSF. In the case of the documents printed in 
Earle's Handbook the page where a charter is found is not given, 
because the Table at the end of the Introduction supplies it, though 
with too many mistakes, misprints and omissions ; for the Table 
generally gives Kemble's asterisks, but in K. i8, 149, 370, 1057 that 
mark is lacking and in K. 276 is wrongly inserted, K. 74* (p. 
426), 1267 (p. 206), 214 (p. 232) are altogether omitted, and the 
pages of the charters on pp. 402 — 428 as given in the Table require 
correction. The numbers following the letter T are the pages in 
Thorpe's Diplomatarium, where Kemble's charters are to be found ; 
T* marks a charter which he (generally with Kemble) considered 
'spurious or of doubtful authority,* while T° marks cases where he 
has omitted the asterisk used by Kemble, even in KCD 192*, one 
of the Croyland forgeries. The charters given by Sweet have 
their numbers appended ; the mistake made by Kemble in 
KCD 241 in omitting a line gave rise to the strange place-name 
Uuiae...genweoras, which is however accepted by Sweet (ch. 24, 
Gloss, om.) and the BMP (ii. 28). The number (3) or (6) after 
the number of Kemble's charter indicates the volume where the 
boundaries of the estate are to be found. 

In 1842 W. Pape brought out a Greek Onomasticon of 420 pages 
as a third volume of his Lexicon. In the edition of 1875 (8vo Bruns- 
wick) by G. E. Benseler the Onomasticon consisted of 17 10 pages. 
This present book may in like manner be largely expanded by 
scholars with greater learning and better health than the author. In 
its present form it claims only the merit of presenting to the student 
a somewhat large list (of about 25,000 items) of Anglo-Saxons, known 
and unknown, gathered together from such works as are easily ac- 
cessible, and it may be hoped that it may prove to be not more 
imperfect or more faulty than it might be expected to be, being a first 
attempt of the kind. 

There remains only that the compiler should express his best 
thanks to the Rev. W. W. Skeat, Elrington and Bosworth Professor of 
Anglo-Saxon, who by his suggestions, assistance, and encouragement 
at all times most freely given has in no small degree contributed to 
the completion of this book. To Prof W. Ridgeway, and the 
University Librarian P. J. H. Jenkinson esq. M.A., his thanks are 
also due for help in various ways. 



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iClfric Society, Publications 

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Alcuinus, Opera 
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Aldhelm (St), Life 

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8vo. Paderb. 1879 
Aluredus Beverlacensis, Annales Britan- 
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Anderson (John P.) The book of 
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Andresen (K. G.) Die altdeutschen 

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Anglia Christiana Society, Publications 
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ed. Wheloc [Chronologia Anglo- Sax- 
on ica] 



BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ABBREVIATIONS. 



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Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 

ed. Gibson 

ed. Ing^ram 

in : Monumenta historica Britannica 
(to 1066) 

ed. Thorpe 

see : Earle 

transL [Bohn's Antiq. Libr.] by J. A, 
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see also : Monumenta Germaniae his- 
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Annales Cantuarienses et Lindisfamenses 
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in : MGH Scr. iv p. 2 

Corbeienses a. 658—1148 

in: MGH Scr. iij p. i— 18 

Fuldenses a. 680—901 



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— S. Germani Parisiensis a. 466 — 
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in : MGH Scr. iij p. 166 — 168 

— Juvavienses 



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Lindisfamenses a. 532 — 993 

in : MGH Scr. xix p. 502—507 

monasterii Burtonensis a. 1004 

[i 189]— 1263 

in : Fulman 

Northanhumbrenses (736—766), 

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, see : H. R. Luard Annales Mon- 

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Antiquaries, Society of, Publications, 

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S. 



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Archseologia Cambrensis 

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in : Monumenta hist. Britannica 
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iCthelweard, see Ethelwerd 
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Augustinus (S.), see Goscelinus 

Babington (Churchill) Polychronicon 
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Baeda (Venerabilis), Opera 
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2 vols. 8vo. Lond. [EHS] 1838 

e 



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, Vitae quinque abbatum Wirimuth- 

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Birch (W. de Gray) Cartularium Sax- 
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Fasti monastici itvi Sax- 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ABBREVIATIONS. 



XXXV 



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Liber Vitae. Register... of New 



Minster and Hyde Abbey Win- 
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An ancient manuscript of 

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The A.S. charters of Wor- 



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Cat of Seals in the British 



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Bohn (H. G.X Antiquarian Library 
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Bseda 

Anglo-SaxoD Chronicle, Asser, 
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Florence of Worcester 
Henry of Hoodngdon 
Orderictts VilaliSy Ingulf. 



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BromtOD (Job.), see : Johaniies 



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ed. Stapleton 



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Collections (old) of histories 
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Flateyjarbok 

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The reign of William Rufus 

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/ 



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Hardy (Tho. Duffus) Descriptive Cat. of 
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In Vol. I part 2 Appendix, is a list 
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Hearne (Tho.) Textus Roffensis 

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Hemingi Chartularium eccl. 

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Benedictus abbas Petrobur- 

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Chronicon, sive annales 

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Johannis ... monachi Glas- 

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Robert of Gloucester's chro- 
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Adami de Domerham his- 
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Heyne (Moritz) H^liand 

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Monumenta Corbeiensia 

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Monumenta Moguntina 

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Monumenta Carolina 

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Monumenta Alcuiniana 

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Jahrbiicher fiir rom. und englische Litte- 
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Ungedruckte anglo-norman- 



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Lindsey (John) View of the coinage of 
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Lipomanus (Aloys.) bishop of Verona, 
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2 vols. 8vo. Lond. [RS] 1876 

Gesta regis Henrici II 

Benedicti abbatis 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. [RS] 1867 

Chronica mag. Rogeri de 

Houedene 
4 vols. 8vo. Lond. [RS] 1868—71 



Stubbs (W.) The hist works of Ger- 
vase of Canterbury 
2 vols, 8vo. Lond. [RS] 1879 — 80 

see : Haddan and Stubbs 

The constitutional history of 

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3 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1880 
Sturlinga Saga 
ed. Dr G. Vigfusson (Index of 
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2 vols. 8vo. Oxf. 1878 
Sturluson (Snorri) Heimskringla ed. 
C. R. Unger 8vo. Christiania 1868 
Surius (Laur.) Historiae de vitis Sanc- 
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Ven. 1 58 1 
Surtees Society, Publications 

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Sw., see Sweet ; ch. charter pp. 421 — 

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Teutonic names 
see: Forstemann, Piper, Dronke, 
Gallic, Nielsen, Troya 



liv 



BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ABBREVIATIONS. 



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[RS] 
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Florentii Wigorn. monachi 



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Anglo-Saxons 

8vo. Lond. 1837 



BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ABBREVIATIONS. 



Iv 



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ed. Grein 
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Waurin (Jehan de), see Jean de Wau- 
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Wheloc (Abr.) Beda Hist. eccl. gentis 

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Wilkins (D.) Leges Anglo-Saxonicae 

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Willhelmus Gemiticensis De gestis 
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in: Duchesne 



Ivi 



BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ABBREVIATIONS. 



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De gestis pontidcum An- 
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De antiquitate Glastoniensis 



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ed. Hearne 
Willelmus Newbrigensis Historia rerum 
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Willelmus Pictaviensis, see Guilelmus 

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Willielmus Thorn, Chronica de rebus 
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Willis (Browne) Hist, of the Mitred 
Parliamentary Abbies 

2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 171 8 — 19 

Survey of the cathedrals [of 

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Wilton nunnery 

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Wimmer (L. F. A.) Die Runenschrift, 
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Winchester 
Proceedings of the Archaeological 
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VoL II (a. 519 — 1277) 
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see: Hyde abbey 
Winkelmann (Edw.) Gcsch. der An- 
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Winkler (Joh.) De Nederlandsche Ge- 
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Wise (Fr.) Annales rerum gestarum 
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Wissowa (F.) Politische Beziehungen 
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bis zum Untergang der Staufer 

8vo. Breslau (Dissert.) 1889 
WMalm, see: Willelmus Malmesb. GR 
Gesta regum GP Gesta pontificum 
Wood (Ant.) Athenae Oxonienses 

5 vols. 4to. Oxf. 1813 — 20 
Worcester monastery 
see: Tho. Hearne, Hemingi chartu- 

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see: Birch 
see: Wharton A.S. 
Wrede (Ferd.) Ueber die Sprache der 
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in: Quellen und Forschungen no. 59 

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Wright BBL, see Wright Biogr. Bri- 

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The chronicle of Pierre de 



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8vo. Cassel Vol. i (1883) Vol. 11 pt i 
(1894) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ABBREVIATIONS. 



Ivii 



Wiilkcr (R. P.), see : Anglia 
Wyatt (A. J.) Beowulf 

8vo. Cambridge 1894 
Wykes (Tho.), see Thomas Wykes 
Wynne (W.) The history of Wales by 
Caradoc 8vo. Lond. 1697 

York Cathedral 

De Pontificibus et Sanctis ecclesix 

Eboracensis. A poem by Alcuin 
in : Th. Gale Scriptores xv 1691 pp. 

701—732 
in : J. Raine Historians of the church 
of York 

3 vols. 8vo. Lond. [RS] 1879 ff. 
see : Dixon 
see : Drake 
see : Stubbs 
Yorkshire Archsological Journal 

8vo. Lond. 1869 ff. 



Zeitschrift fur deutsche Philologie, ed. 
by £. H6pfher and Julius Zacher 
(and others in later years) 

8vo. Halle 1869 ff. 

Zeitschrift fiir deutsches Alterthum, ed. 

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wissenschaft 

8vo. Freiburg i.B. 1889 ff. 
Zeuner (Rud.) Die Sprache des Kent. 
Psalters (MS. Cott. Vcsp. A. i) 

8vo. Halle 1882 
Zeuss (Kaspar) Die Deutschen und 
die Nachbarstamme 

8vo. Munich 1839 
Zimmer (Heinr.) Nennius vindicatus 

8vo. Berl. 1893 
ZupiUa (Jul.) Beowulf 

8vo. Lond. [EETS] 1885 



S. 



PART I. 



ONOMASTICON. 



A 



a termination of pet names, as 

Cutha for Cuthwine, Cuthwulf 
a masc termination corresponding 

to e the fem. termin., as JESfik, 

JEfTe; Bota,Bote; lauUa^IiuUe 

(Sievers-Cook 504) 
Ab 

Fn 2 
Aba nomen viri 

Piper 
Aba [781] witness Kent Wess. (?) 

BCS 242 KCD 144* (Uba) 
Aba nomen viri 

EUis C 
Abb local: Abbesdic 

BCS 906 KCD 1 171 
Abba, see also Ani>ba 
Abba local: Abbancnindel 

BCS 1213 KCD 1266* 
Abba nomen viri 

Piper 
Abba cL 

LVD Sw. 472 
Abba [c. 833] reeve Kent 

BCS 412 KCD 235 (will) 
Abba [811] pt 

BCS 332 KCD 195 
Abba [c. 834] pt 

BCS 380381 412426 

KCD 225 1032 235 241 
Abba [844] pt 

BCS 445 KCD 256 
Abba [716 July] witness Clovesho 

BCS 91 KCD - HSt iij 300 
Abba nomen viri 

Ellis C 



,u. 



Kent 



Kent 



Kent Wessex 



Abo 

Abba mon : Ecgbeorht Eadw I iCthel- 
stan 

Grueber 
Abbana [c. 605] witness Ess. 

BCS 8 KCD 982* 
Abbo nomen viri 

Piper Fn 2 
Abbo [988—1004] abb. Fleury, author 
of the legend of the Passion of St 
Edmund 

Mem. of St Dunstan [RS] Index 

WMahn [RS] GP c. 115 

Potthast 
Abbo [d. c. 925] monk St Germain 
des Prds Paris 

Potthast 
Abbo 'Abboni manet' mon: of a 
gold triens found at Crondale 1828 

Kenyon Gold coins p. 4 
Abboe [c. 900] mon : EAnglia Bury 
St Edm. 

Keary 
Abbonel mon : EAnglia Bury St Edm. 

Keary 
Abbud [C. 904] pt Sherb. 

BCS 610 KCD 1083* 
Abbun mon : Eadm I 

Grueber 
Abenel mon : EAnglia iCthelstan II 

Keary 
Abenel mon : iElfred Eadm I Eadwig 

Grueber 
Abo nomen viri 

Piper Fn 2 
Abo [656] eald. signs charter to Medesh. 

ASChr E 



I 



A 
t 



Abo 



Ada 



Abo [664] eald. Medesh. Mercia 

BCS 22 KCD 984* 
Abo homo Heraldi comitis 

Ellis B 
Abo nomen viri 

Ellis B 
Abonel mon : i€lthelstan 

Grueber 
Abunel [901] witness Malm. Wilts 

BCS 585 KCD 329* 
Abunet JElfiioth [c. 957] cyrce- 
wcard Exeter 

BCS — KCD — Thorpe p. 623 
Xc Sw. 590 

Fn 9 

ao, e.g. Dimheah 

ao, sec heahy e.g. JEU , 

Ulf 

Ellis 
Aca local: Acantun 

BCS 1289 KCD 685 
Aca [7G9] Sw. 470 witness Sw.ch.io 

BCS 187 (signum manus ...acan) 

KCD 105 (om.) 
AcardUS nomen viri 

Ellis C 
Acbeald nomen viri 

Piper 

Acbeorht nomen viri 

Piper 
Acca local : Accangefyrhth 

BCS 942 KCD 1 199 
Acca^ see also Eacca 
Acca f. of Ead weald (q. v.) 

ASChr a. 905 

Acca [867 (967)] min. Ess. 

BCS 1204 KCD 1259* (597* error) 

Subscr. of a. c. 867 
Acca [888 (868)] min. Kent Wessex 

BCS 516 519 KCD 294 296 
Acca [882] min. Som. Wessex 

BCS 550 KCD 1065 
Acca [709-732] B. Sw. 471 169 1. 62 bp 
Hexh. (d. 20 Oct. 740) FIW SymD 

DCB j 16 DNB j 56 
Acca bp Heref., see Ecca 

Sw. p. 169 L 49 
Acca [c. 675] witness Kent 

BCS 40 KCD 10* 
Acca [716] witness Kent 

BCS 91 (...a) KCD — HSt iij 300 



Acca [858] witness Kent Wessex 

BCS 496 KCD 281 
ACCO nomen viri 

Piper Fn 10 

acer, e.g. Gund 

Acftith nomen viri, see Ecftith 

Piper Fn 15 
Acha [883] (masc) witness 

Glou. Wore. Mercia 

BCS 551 KCD 313 
Acha [C. 590] (fem.) B. Sw. 494 
(eahhe) w. of iCthelfrith k. of Ber- 
nicia 593-617 

Beda iij 6 FIW Gen DCB i 17 
Achettan nomen viri 

Ellis B 
Achi, Achius, see Aki 

EUis B 
Achil nomen viri 

Ellis B 
Acmflsr Agomar nomen viri 

Piper Fn 18 
Aco nomen viri 

Piper ^ 
Act , see Oht 

Fn 5 
Aciilf, Acolf^ see Acwulf 

Ellis B 
Acun Achun ? nomen viri 

Ellis B 
Acwulf monk 

LVD Sw. 554 
Acwulf local : Aculfesden 

BCS — KCD 1292 
Acwulf [C. 900] Northumbrian of 
Ceddesfeld Durham 

SymD [RS] j 208 
Acwulf [C. 975] serf North. 

BCS — KCD 925 
Acwulf Acolf nomen viri 

Ellis B 
Acwulf Aculf mon : North. Eric 

Keary 

id Sw. 592, e.g. hysi 

Ad f see Ath 



Fn 130 



Ad 



see 



Ead 



Sw.615 



Ada [c. 980] f. of Herulf Medesh. 

BCS 1 1 30 KCD — 
Ada mon : Cnut 

Grueber 



Ada 



Adrabold 



Adal , see JBthel 

Piper 
Adalard [c. 1005] monk Blandi- 
nium Biogr. of St Dunstan 

Mem. [RS] 
Adalbald [c. 050] duke Belgium 

Potthast 
Adalbert, see JBthelbeorht 

DCB j 32 
Adalbert [d. 997] bp Prague 

Potthast 

Adalbert Adelbert mon : EAnglia 

Bury St Edm. 
Keary 

Adalbert Adelberht mon : Eadw I 

iCthelstan 
Grueber 
Adalbold [d. 1027] bp Utrecht 

Potthast 
Adalgiras, see Eadgils k. of 
Frisia 
DCB j 32 WMalm [RS] GP 
Adam [z c] name (in runes) on a 
coffin lid Dearham Cumb. 
Stephens iij 420 
Adam [c. 1000] abb. Eynsbam 

Birch FM Dugd. 
Adam nomen viri 

EUis BC 
Adamnan [679] Scottish monk of 
Coludi urbs 
DCB j 41 

Adamnan [c. 710] B. (v 15 21) abb. 

Hii, author of the Life of St Co- 
lumba 
DCB j 41 Wright BBL 201 
Potthast 
Adda nomen viri 

Piper 
Adda [559-566] king of Bemicia 

FIW DCB j 43 DNB j 115 
Adda [653] B. Sw. 472 one of 
the four Angle priests, who evan- 
gelized the Middle Angles, br. of 
Ultan 
FIW DCB j 43 
Adda [C. 860] witness Kent 

BCS 501 KCD — 
Adda [697J witness Kent 

BCS 98 (a. 697) 
KCD 47 (a. 700 or 715) 



Addi JEddi [c. 690] B. Sw. 551 

comes, thegn of N. Burton 
DCB j 43 
Addul cl. 
LVD Sw. 472 



Ade 



see Ead 



Ellis B 
Adea mon : Cnut 

Grueber 
Adel y see JBthel 

Ellis 
Adelhard [1060] of Lidge, school- 
master or lecturer at Waltham 

EAF ij 451 697 
Adelm^ see Esildhelm 

WMalm [RS] GP 
Adelo nomen viri 

Piper 
Adelo nomen viri 

Ellis B 
Adelrit [842] witness Kent Wess. 

BCS 439 KCD 254 (aethelric) 
Aden mon : Eadgar 

Grueber 
Adhelbal, see JBthelbeald 

BCS 457 KCD 263 
Adhelm mon: Mercia Burgred 

Keary 

see Eadhelm 
Adhysi cl. 

LVD Sw. 567 

Adil , see JBthel 

Adilberga Greg. M. Ep. xj 29, see 

Bertha 
Adiret mon .* EAnglia Bury St Edm. 

Keary 
Adlem abp Cant., see JEthelhelm 

BCS 641 KCD — 
Adlsing descendant of Oswiu k. of 

Bemicia (Nennius) 
Admund, see Hadmund 
Ado nomen viri 

Piper Fn 131 
Adolflis, see JEthelwulf 

Ellis C 
Adoredus [787], see Heathored 

JMA 10 BCS 250 KCD — 
Adra 

Fn 7 
Adrabold nomen viri 

Piper Fn 7 

I — 2 



; Hadrlaniu 



Adrad 

Adrad nomen viri 

Piper 
AdradUfl (' me fecit ') r 
Bury Si Edm. 

Adret nomen viri 

Ellis B 
AdrianuB, : 

AdiiodUB [696] witness Kent 

ECS 88 KCD 39* 
Adsceorl [c. 1023 1 bondsman or ^If- 
ric abp Y. 

Blandinger iSSi 
Adser [^ C] lay brother Hyde 

LVH 
Aduir fc. of EAiiglia, see Ealdwulf 

WMalm [RS] GR Index 

Adulf, see Eadwulf, JEthelwulf 

Ellis B 
Adulfere mon : North. Eanred 
Keary (not in the B. Mus.) 

AduIwaldUB, see Eadbeald 
BCS 14 KCD— HSt iij 72 



, Ea- 



n. 



-, see «lf , .Sthel 

!, ee ( = Mcrcia[ie; 



I 



e.g. Ego Esnse 

BCS 491 KCD 1056" 

Xa.d , see Ead — 

ifialh , see Ealfa 

Xa-n , see Ean 

JBanftic [795 (768)], see Eanflith 

BCS 252 KCD — 
JEasmer, see Eaatmsr 

Ruding 
Aibba, see also Abba 
A:bba local : .€bbandun 

BCS 155 KCD 81* 
JEbba [709] abb. 

Eddius Vita Wilfr. c. 61 

DCB ij 23 
iEbba [c. 900] abb. Evesh. 

Birch FM Dugd. 

Chron Evesh [RS] Tndex 
JBbba [C. 689] witness Berks VVessex 

BCS 74 KCD 3i» 
JGbbe [k. 897] (itiasc.) a Frisian 

ASChr ABC ASChr D Ebba 
Aibbe nom. regin. et abb. 

LVD Sw. 482 See also Ebbe 




JBdel 

.ffibbe I [d. 683] Ti. Sw. 482 

sisicr of k. Oswiu of North, abbi 

Coldingham 
DCB ij 22 Hardy DC j 737 ff. 
Potthast 
JEbbe U JBbba [ix c] 

Coldingham 

Birch FM Potthast 

iEbbe JEbba [c. 710] abbess, Gutfej 

lac roll 3, called JEUthiyth il 

Felix Vita Guthl. 

/Bbbe JEbbe [c. 675] abbess 

iiCS 35 40 41 42 86 99 

KCD S* to* is» .4* 37» 44* 
JEbbe mother of Leofgyth (q.v.) 

J MM 83 
JEbbl Bbbi [d. 775] abb. I 

SymD [RS] ij 46 DCB ij 23 
JEbbl Ebbl [O. 675] witness Chertsey" 
Surrey Mercia 

BCS 34 KCD 987* 
JEbbi Ebbi nomen viri 

Ellis B 
JEbbino nom. regin. et abb. 

LVD Sw. 482 
JEbbo nomen viri 

— seer, e.g. Gund 

JEcbebrand nomen viri 

Ellis B 
Aicce bp Dunw. See JEcci 
JEccI [673—....] B. Sw. 47: 
1. 28 (aecci) bp Dunw 
FIVV Stubbs (EttI) 
BCS 113 KCD — OSF 
DCB ij 242 (Etti) 
JEcci [C. 675] witness 
BCS 41 KCD i;* 

JEcg , see Eog 

JEd B., see Ead (Gru 

Ed — 

JEd , see JEthel 

BCS 873 KCD 1165 (.«lheked?J 
JEdan [k. 603] k. of Scots : 
Adanus B., see JUdan 
JBddi [c. 670] B. Sw. SSI Eddius. 
Stephanus abb. Streaneshakh, i 
thor of the Life of St 
Gale Script, w. pp. 39-90 
DCB ij 33 DNB xvj 354 
JEdel , see JBthel — 




^^r iEdii 


.ffigenwulf ^^H 


^^■dU B., see JEQxel -^- 


^fic Efic mon: ^Elhelred 11 to ^H 


^^pdaU; see Eadwulf 


1 ^H 


^^^rac^ 785 KCD 1143* 


Grue1)er ^^H 


^HftduluualdUB rex B. ij 8, see k. 


iErod[96T] tenant in remainder Wore. ^^H 


JEthelweaJd 


lies 1208 KCD 538 ^^M 


2:dwen Eadwen m. of St Godnc 


iEg , see Ecg ^H 


EAF V 896 


DCS 520 KCD 1061 ^^H 


JEdwine, sec Eadwine 


iSIga local : ^Cganstan ^^^| 


Sw. ;5i 


BCS 226 KCU 134 ^H 


JEel , see JEthel 


iEgdanus, see Aldan ^H 


JEelmao, see JEthelman 


Anon, vita Cuthb. [Stevenson] c. 8 ^^M 


Grucber 


^gel , see £ thel ; a late ^^H 


JEelmund, see iEthelmund 


form, lirst on coins of .Cthelred 11: ^^H 


BCS 535 KCD — 


see FIVV. a. 1007 ^^M 


felrlc, see JBthelrlc 


^gelaf, see Ecglaf (Lalin) ^H 


Gnicber 


BCS — KCD 737* (A.S.) ^^1 


JBelthwine, see ^thelwine pt 


iEgelbriht, see Agilbert ^H 


Mr , see JElf 


/Egelbyrhting local: ^gelbyrht- ^H 


SSb. local: /EHan hecg 


^H 


BCS — KCD 8